PURPOSE OF POSITION:
To support the Risk, Logistics & GIK Manager and the Relief Team in the planning, implementing and monitoring of Security Management in the Bekaa Area. Moreover, assist in assessing local impact security issues, and in minimizing personal and operational risk for Relief staff. And to help ensure safety, security and protection of Relief staff and physical assets.
ROLE DIMENSION / DESCRIPTION
End Results Expected
Minimum security requirements are implemented as per the established procedures
Incident reports are accurate and submitted on time
Information is clearly maintained.
II. Fleet Management
Ensure WVI transport policies are fully followed by all.
Ensure appropriate use of vehicles by all staff (e.g. use of seatbelts, adherence to speed limits, vehicle booking process and movement monitoring system)
Provide monthly fleet and transport management reports as per WVI Logistics’ reporting policies.
Ensure the payment processing for all the contracted vehicles (light and heavy vehicles) are done in timely manner.
Fleet requirements for the program are met in timely and cost efficient manner.
Logbooks for all the vehicles are properly maintained.
Contracts are available both for light and heavy vehicles
Safe operation of the fleet through quality maintenance, routine checks and regular service and establishing/local fleet operating procedures.
Monthly reports are available include monthly mileage covered, fuel consumption reports, incident report, vehicle maintenance reports etc.
All the transport services providers are paid on agreed time.
III. Safety/security responsibilities
Security incidents / breaches were reported as per the established procedures
Participated in all security/safety related training
IV. Other duties
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
College degree in a field related to Social Sciences, Law, or Security Management or equivalent experience in a related field
Certified in basic life support, preferably on paramedic level.
Good command of Arabic and English.
Gives attention to detail and has an analytical mindset.
Good communication skills, both oral and written.
Proven ability to work effectively under pressure displaying sound initiative and good judgment
Computer literate (MS Office)
Hold a valid driving license
Proven security management skills, with emphasis on the unique security requirements of humanitarian aid work
Have a minimum of 5 years of NGO/UN, police or military field (operations) experience and at least 2 years of field security experience
Additional practical knowledge of tools and mechanisms and procedures for personal and organizational security in relevant specialist areas such as security in the field, security communications, physical security, critical incident management, occupational safety and security training
Direct personal experience of working successfully in hostile environments or under difficult operational circumstances
70% local travel and 30% office based
Position requires availability and willingness to work outside regular office hours occasionally